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Intrigued by the latest book by Liane Moriarty or already know you must have it but haven’t got around to getting it yet?...

Let me tell you I have complete trust in Liane Moriaty. I love books you can’t fit into a category (aside from general...

This is one of the most powerful books I have read this year, and probably in a very long time. Cassie had the worst experience...

Our book of the month for October, ‘Did You Ever Love Me?’ is a harrowing account of real events experienced by Cassie...

Let’s get spooky! Boys and girls of every age, Wouldn’t you like to see something strange? Come with us and...

Short stories and special, and often underappreciated. Find an author who does them well, and you will marvel at one for...

I devoured this book. It may sound like a cliché, but it is true (and not just because I was holiday and had time to read...

The President is Missing is a political thriller co-written by former US President Bill Clinton and fiction writer James...

Intrigued by our review of Good As You, want to explore it for yourself? Well, you can. As we’ve got a copy to giveaway...

Some books turn out to be completely different from what you imagined. This one was a struggle for me to finish. If you follow...

Intrigued by our review of The Brighton Mermaid? Well, we’ve got a copy to giveaway to one lucky reader! For your chance...

Have you been reading along with us this week? We are keen to hear your thoughts so let us know in the comments. But if you...

I’m just going to come out and say it, awful auntie is weird. But I don’t think David Walliams would want it any other...

It’s both a thriller and a book set in a bookstore – what more could you want? I will always favour books with...

Enthralled by our review of the Bright Ideas Bookstore, our book of the month for April? It really is a must read! We warn...

Will you enjoy reading this? Of course you will. If you are reading this very article, then you are likely to enjo books...

Brit(ish) is about a search for identity. It is about the everyday racism that plagues British society. It is about our...

The shop windows are lined with hearts and red ribbon, pink cupcakes in the bakeries and everyone seems to have advice...

If you were inspired by Claire’s review of the highly acclaimed book, self-care for the real world by Nadia Narain...

Dear Reader, Welcome to my lunch break. Please don’t feel like you have been squeezed into my day, typing with one...

This book is not your usual novel, it is a life lesson for all of us beyond misconceptions, beyond politics and your personal...

School holidays: Day 3. So far so good but there is 5.4 days left to entertain, educate and attempt to get some down time,...

Here is a feel-good book for you. It is the kind which simply falls into place at the end, where stories come together. It...

I rarely go elsewhere but on Twitter and right here to share books I am passionate about. And I am careful with praise, because...